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Dr. Christine Brown Now Offers Encore CO2 Fractional Laser Therapy

April 23, 2012

Dallas areas dermatologist now offering treatments with the Lumenis UltraPulse Encore laser. The CO2 Encore Laser can be used for both Active FX and Deep FX treatments, which can treat dyschromia, fine lines, and wrinkles; and improve wrinkles, scars and folds; respectively.

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) April 23, 2012

Dallas areas dermatologist now offering treatments with the Lumenis UltraPulse Encore laser. The CO2 Encore Laser can be used for both Active FX and Deep FX treatments, which can treat dyschromia, fine lines, and wrinkles; and improve deep wrinkles, scars and folds; respectively.

DeepFX is a revolutionary fractional laser technology for aged, sun-damaged or scarred skin. The low-downtime procedure uses fractional CO2 laser microbeams to precisely target the deep dermal layers of the skin. This deep heating causes immediate collagen contraction and long-term collagen remodeling formation throughout the entire treatment area. And because only a fraction of the skin is actually touched by the laser, healing time can be limited to just a few days.

Treatments with DeepFX only take about twenty minutes on average, and can be used on the face, around the lips, for crows feet, the neck, upper chest, hands and arms.

“We have been getting great results treating stretchmarks with Encore CO2 deep FX treatments, says Dr. Brown, “In just 1-3 sessions patients are experiencing significant improvement. ”

ActiveFX yields remarkable, long lasting results with just one treatment. Skin resurfacing is a fast, office-based procedure with minimal patient downtime. A high-energy laser beam is applied in a fractional pattern over the surface of the treatment area, leaving areas of untouched skin to promote quicker healing.

Both ActiveFX and DeepFX procedures involve treating only a fraction of the skin´s surface, leaving bridges of untouched skin to aid in the regeneration process. Each laser pulse removes a narrow column of tissue while simultaneously treating surrounding skin. The result is softening and smoothing of wrinkles and scars, and improved skin texture.

Dr. Christine Brown is a fellow of the American Academy of Dermatology, the American Society of Dermatologic Surgery, and the American College of Mohs Surgery. She is the director of her own private practice, located in Dallas, Texas, where she has a subspecialty of treating skin cancer using Mohs/reconstructive surgery and sundamaged, aging skin and scarring using a full array of light/laser based technology. Dr. Brown also performs rejuvenation through the use of Botox and soft tissue fillers or soft tissue augmentation, laser hair removal, IPL photorejuvenation, and microdermabrasion treatments.

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